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On Wednesday's

"Mad Money" show

, Jim Cramer spoke with

Hudson City Bancorp

(HBCK)

Chairman, President and CEO Ron Hermance. Hudson City did not receive TARP funds from the government, and Hermance said that his company is doing well without them. Cramer said he supported both Hermance and Hudson City.

On Thursday, Hudson City added 49 cents, or 3.8%, to close at $13.53.

CKE Restaurants

( CKR) CEO Andy Puzder told Cramer that the company's flat earnings and slight same-store-sales decline were OK in the context of the current economy. He highlighted some positive outcomes from the quarter, including breakfast starting to be served at Hardee's.

Cramer suggested focusing on what was in store for CKE rather than its current situation and again recommended the stock.

On Thursday, CKE closed up 7 cents, or 0.8%, at $8.77.

In his

"Lightning Round" segment

, Cramer said that

Yum! Brands

(YUM) - Get Report

is poised to report "great" earnings and said it's cheap. He owns the stock for his

Action Alerts PLUS

charitable trust.

On Thursday, Yum! gained $1.07, or 3.3%, to $33.64.

Allscripts-Misys

(MDRX) - Get Report

is a "winner," said Cramer. "People think this is an Obama play."

Allscripts closed up $1.70, or 11.8%, at $16.08 on Thursday.

Cramer said

Fortune Brands

( FO) is overvalued by 3 or 4 points. "Their mix of businesses isn't working right now," he said.

Fortune Brands added $1.22, or 3.6%, to $34.93 on Thursday.

Cramer said that

Hexcel

(HXL) - Get Report

is "part of the

Boeing

(BA) - Get Report

family, and therefore it's going to have delayed earnings since the Dreamliner isn't flying."

On Thursday, Hexcel added 11 cents, or 1.2%, to close at $9.54, while Boeing gained $1.21, or 2.9%, to $42.53.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Yum! Brands.

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